Joined: 08 Apr 2002
Location: San Francisco
|Posted: Tue May 07, 2002 10:58 pm Post subject: [gentoo-announce] gentoo-sources-2.4.19-r1 released
|Daniel Robbins wrote: |
I've just released a brand-new gentoo-sources kernel. Desktop users
will like this kernel because it is very very fast and include both the
lowlatency *and* preempt patches. Server people will like this kernel
because it contains a number of nice security-related patches like
grsecurity, freeswan (ipsec) and cryptoapi. Please note that this
kernel has no XFS in it. I was able to really enhance this kernel
because I didn't have the huge XFS patch to get in the way. A full
description of the patches included follows:
# 2.4.19-pre7-ac2 (with a fix for an ACPI compile problem)
# grsecurity-1.9.4 (with a fix for NVIDIA compile problem)
# htb2 (QoS support)
# 1000 HZ patch
# from jp10 (http://www.infolinux.de/jp10):
# from aa:
# 00_3.5G-address-space-4 (from Andrea Archangeli)
Daniel Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chief Architect/President http://www.gentoo.org
Gentoo Technologies, Inc.
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Update: Since the original post, revision 3 of the gentoo-sources has been released (gentoo-sources-2.4.19-r3). This revision includes XFS official release code, and XFS support has been added to the kernel.
- Kyle Manna
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